Monarch butterflies are one of the most beautiful and iconic insects in the world, and they are in serious trouble. The monarch butterfly population in North America has been shrinking at an alarming rate. Why? A major culprit is the use of herbicides like Monsanto's Roundup on genetically engineered (GE) crops, which is destroying a significant portion of their breeding habitat. That's why…
National non-profit public interest and environmental advocacy organization working to protect…Read More
Winning the fight to secure Endangered Species Act protections for monarch butterflies starts with grassroots pressure from concerned…Read More
2011, I raised 13 monarchs front caterpillars born on milkweed plants that I have in my garden. They left for Mexico, but never made it…Read More
if you let the butterflies die then plants will die too.
I'm Afraid Roundup May be Part of Why the Bees are Doing Poorly. It is Definitely Adversely Affecting Butterflies. I also Suspect the Rapid Decline of the Rabbit Population over the Last 20 Years Has to Be related to Some Agricultural Chemical or Chemicals as Well. Monsanto Has a Long Record of…Read More
Today we delivered more than half a million signatures on our petition calling on the government to protect the monarch butterfly, as the…Read More